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“Canada’s biggest comedy export, global comedy rockstar”, RUSSELL PETERS makes his first visit ever to Bangkok, with ALL NEW MATERIAL as part of his NOTORIOUS WORLD TOUR. Peters has spent the last three years setting attendance records around the globe; in 2008, he had the largest comedy show in UK history at London’s O2 Arena with 16,000 fans in attendance. He repeated that same feat in 2010 at Sydney, Australia’s Acer Arena, where he had the largest comedy show in Australian history with over 13,000 fans in attendance. In March of this year, Peters became the fastest selling concert in Dubai history. His two shows in Dubai sold-out in eight minutes – faster than Madonna.
Russell Peters Notorious World Tour will last well into 2013 with dates from Muscat to Montreal and from Las Vegas to Cape Town. The shows will feature Russell’s Official Tour DJ; New York City’s DJ Spinbad, as well as video cameras and screens for an up-close and intimate show.
Listed on the Forbes List as one of the top ten Highest Earning Comics in the U.S. in 2009 and 2010, Russell Peters has spent the past 23 years building a career to become one of the biggest comics in the world. Thanks to YouTube and a global following, Peters has sold-out arenas from Madison Square Garden to the Sydney Opera House. Peters has also performed for the troops in Afghanistan, Iraq and on the USS Eisenhower and appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Lopez Tonight, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and HBO, CNN, MTV and the BBC. His two recent specials, Red, White and Brown and The Green Card Tour LIVE from the O2 Arena, were broadcast on Showtime Networks and Comedy Central, and became best-selling DVD’s across Canada with over 200,000 copies sold. Peters 2010 memoir, Call Me Russell was a Globe and Mail number one bestseller in Canada and will be released in the US in April, 2012. Peters was recently seen in the movies, Source Code and the 2011 highest grossing English language film in Canada, the Punjabi-Canadian ice hockey film, Breakaway.”